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X-Men‘s Apocalypse (Oscar Isaac) doesn’t have a Facebook page, and he doesn’t seem to have a presence on Twitter. How are we going to “creep” on the new guy in town?

Luckily, FOX has rolled out a featurette with the history of Apocalypse. Some believe the first mutant was born thousands of years ago, and he’s going to rise again, according to Rose Byrne as Moira MacTaggert in the below clip.

Director Bryan Singer describes Apocalypse as being born a millennium ago, bringing civilization to mankind, but in turn he considered himself a god.

James McAvoy, who portrays the young Professor X, throws in his two cents, saying, “Apocalypse has rejuvenated himself throughout history by taking the body of another mutant.”

(Rejuventate? Regenerate? Potato? Patata? We’re just saying.)

Apparently Apocalypse also takes over the powers of the mutant he inhabits, retaining those powers as he moves from mutant to mutant. That’s a lot of powers.

Apocalypse wakes up in 1983, with the below clip filling in the blanks:

X-Men: Apocalypse hits U.S. theaters on May 27.

Any theories on how Apocalypse will be stopped?

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Filed Under: X Men, X-Men: Apocalypse
By Brigid Brown